Day Wise History - On This Day - 19 November - SSC EXAM LIVE

सोमवार, 18 नवंबर 2019

Day Wise History - On This Day - 19 November


Historical Events on November 19

  • 461 St Hilary begins his reign as Catholic Pope
  • 615 Pope Deusdedit [Adeodatus I] elected to succeed Boniface IV
  • 1274 Mongol army lands at Hakata Bay in Japan during their first invasion attempt and are defeated; a typhoon destroys most of their fleet as they withdraw
  • 1302 Pope Boniface VIII delegates degree "Unam sanctam"
  • 1367 League of Cologne goes against Danish king Waldemar IV
  • 1493 Christopher Columbus discovers Puerto Rico, on his 2nd voyage
  • 1521 Battle at Milan: Emperor Karel V's/pontifical/Spanish/German troops beat France & occupy Milan
  • 1523 Giulio de' Medici chosen as Pope Clemens VII
  • 1530 The Recess document resulting from the Diet of Augsburg signed by Charles V and catholic princes
  • 1544 Pope Paul III opens council of Trente
  • 1581 Tsarevich Ivan Ivanovich dies after being attacked by his father Ivan the Terrible three days earlier
  • 1620 The Mayflower reaches Cape Cod and explores the coast
  • 1621 Rabbi Isaiah ben Abraham aha-Levi Horowitz arrives in Israel
  • 1644 First protestant ministry society in New England
  • 1700 Battle at Narva: Swedish King Karel XII defeats Russians
  • 1794 Jakobin Club forms in Paris
  • 1794 Jay Treaty, first US extradition treaty, signed with Great Britain
  • 1805 Lewis and Clark expedition, led by Meriwether Lewis and William Clark, reaches the Pacific Ocean, first European Americans to cross the west
  • 1816 Warsaw University is established.
  • 1824 Storm causes flooding in St Petersburg, killing 10,000
  • 1835 A ship carrying 500 armed Maori from Ngati Tama and Ngati Mutunga arrives on the Chatham Islands; those Moriori (indigenous people of the Chatham Islands) that are not killed are enslaved
  • 1837 Floridsdorf-Deutsch Wagram railway in Austria opens
  • 1850 Alfred Tennyson becomes British Poet Laureate, succeeding William Wordsworth
  • 1861 Julia Ward Howe committed "Battle Hymn of the Republic" to paper
  • 1861 The first petroleum shipment (1,329 barrels) from the U.S. to Europe leaves Philadelphia, USA, for London, England on the Elizabeth 
  • 1863 US President Abraham Lincoln delivers his Gettysburg address beginning; "Four score and seven years ago..."
  • 1872 E.D. Barbour of Boston is awarded the first U.S. patent for the first 'calculator', an adding machine capable of printing totals and 
  • 1873 William Magear Tweed "Boss Tweed", of Tammany Hall (NYC) convicted of defrauding city of $6M, sentenced to 12 years' 
  • 1873 James Reed and two accomplices rob the Watt Grayson family of $30,000 in the Choctaw Nation
  • 1879 National Association of Trotting Horse Breeders determines what "is" a trotter
  • 1881 A meteorite lands near the village of Großliebenthal, southwest of Odessa, Ukraine.
  • 1885 Bulgarians, led by Stefan Stambolov, repulse a larger Serbian invasion force at Slivinitza
  • 1893 1st newspaper color supplement (NY World)
  • 1894 1st mushroom on a stamp (China 1 & 5 Ap)
  • 1894 Dutch troops occupy & plunders palace of Tjakra Negara, Lombok
  • 1895 American inventor Frederick E. Blaisdell patents the pencil
  • 1903 Carrie Nation attempts to address Senate
  • 1905 The steamer "Hilda" sinks in the English Channel (100 people drown)
  • 1906 London selected to host 1908 Olympics
  • 1909 Former Dutch premier Abraham Kuyper denies corruption
  • 1910 Ferenc Molnàr's "Tester" premieres in Budapest
  • 1911 NY receives first Marconi wireless transmission from Italy
  • 1916 Samuel Goldwyn and Edgar Selwyn establish Goldwyn Pictures, the company later became one of the most successful independent 
  • filmmakers
  • 1919 US Senate rejects (55-39) Treaty of Versailles & League of Nations
  • 1922 Demonstration for a French Language University in Ghent
  • 1923 Béla Bartòk's "Tancsuite" premieres
  • 1923 The Oklahoma State Senate ousts Governor Walton for anti-Ku Klux Klan measures
  • 1926 British miners' strike ends after 28 weeks
  • 1926 Leon Trotsky is expelled from the Politburo in the Soviet Union
  • 1932 Joe Kershalla scores 71 points in a college football game
  • 1932 Shaft & Thyssen demand Adolf Hitler become German chancellor
  • 1933 Women allowed to vote in Spain (helps right wing)
  • 1939 Don Lash wins 6th straight AAU cross-country 10K championship
  • 1940 Belgian King Leopold III visits Adolf Hitler
  • 1940 First major German air raid on Birmingham - about 440 bombers kill 450
  • 1942 Joseph Goebbels visits "German Theatre in the Netherlands"
  • 1942 Russia launches winter offensive against Germans along Don front
  • 1942 Operation Uranus: Soviet offensive begins during Battle of Stalingrad, 1 million Soviet soldiers encircle the German Sixth Army
  • 1943 U-536 sinks in Atlantic Ocean
  • 1944 World War II: U.S. President Franklin Roosevelt announces the 6th War Loan Drive, aimed at selling $14 billion USD in war bonds to help pay for the war effort.
  • 1947 200" mirror arrives at Mt Palomar
  • 1949 Prince Rainier III coronation as 30th ruling Prince of Monaco
  • 1950 US General Eisenhower becomes supreme commander of NATO-Europe
  • 1951 Roy Campanella named NL MVP on his 30th birthday
  • 1951 US performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site
  • 1952 North American F-86 Sabre sets world aircraft speed record, 1124 KPH
  • 1952 Spain joins UNESCO
  • 1952 Scandinavian Airlines opens a commercial route from Canada to Europe
  • 1953 US Supreme Court rules (7-2) baseball is a sport not a business
  • 1953 US VP Richard Nixon visits Hanoi
  • 1955 KXMB TV channel 12 in Bismarck, ND (CBS/ABC) begins broadcasting
  • 1955 National Review publishes its first issue.
  • 1957 Antonin Novotny appointed president of Czechoslovakia
  • 1958 First 2 F-27 Fokker's Friendships delivered on Aer Lingus
  • 1959 "Rocky & His Friends" debuts on ABC
  • 1959 Ford Motors cancels its poorly received Edsel model
  • 1960 Mickey Vernon is hired as 1st manager of new Washington team
  • 1961 Houston George Blanda passes for 7 touchdowns vs NY Titans (49-13)
  • 1962 Fidel Castro accepts removal of Soviet weapons
  • 1962 KOET (now KULC) TV channel 9 in Ogden, UT (PBS) begins broadcasting
  • 1962 SN Behrman's "Lord Pengo" premieres in NYC
  • 1962 Todor Zjivkov becomes premier of Bulgaria
  • 1965 ABC radio begins weekly "Vietnam Update" report
  • 1965 Kellogg's Pop Tarts pastries created
  • 1966 Mad Dog Vachon beats Dick The Bruiser in Omaha, to become NWA champ
  • 1967 The establishment of TVB, the first wireless commercial television station in Hong Kong
  • 1968 Military coup in Mali, president Modibo Keita flees
  • 1968 Yankees pitcher Stan Bahnsen wins AL Rookie of Year
  • 1969 Apollo 12's Charles Conrad and Alan Bean become the 3rd and 4th humans on the Moon
  • 1969 WENY TV channel 36 in Elmira, NY (ABC) begins broadcasting
  • 1970 Golden Gate Park Conservatory becomes a Californian state historical landmark
  • 1970 US performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site
  • 1971 Disney World's Fort Wilderness opens
  • 1972 "Ambassador" opens at Lunt-Fontanne Theater NYC for 9 performances
  • 1972 "Dear Oscar" closes at Playhouse Theater NYC after 5 performances
  • 1972 Gershwin Theater (Uris) opens at 1633 Broadway NYC
  • 1972 KFIZ TV channel 34 in Fond du Lac, WI suspends broadcasting
  • 1972 Willy Brandt's SPD wins West German election
  • 1972 Leader of the Irish Republican Army (IRA) Seán MacStiofáin is arrested in Dublin
  • 1973 Elections in Suriname, premier Sedney's PNP doesn't win a chair
  • 1973 New York stock market takes sharpest drop in 19 years
  • 1975 Reds 2nd baseman Joe Morgan is named NL MVP
  • 1975 "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" based on book by Ken Kesey, directed by Milos Forman and starring Jack Nicholson and Louise Fletcher is released (Academy Awards Best Picture 1976)
  • 1976 George Harrison releases "This Song"
  • 1976 Patty Hearst is freed on $15 million bail
  • 1976 Jaime Ornelas Camacho takes office as the first President of the Regional Government of Madeira, Portugal.
  • 1977 Canuck's Ron Sedlbauer fails on 3rd penalty shot against Islanders
  • 1977 Egyptian President Anwar Sadat arrives in Israel
  • 1977 Libya drops diplomatic relations with Egypt
  • 1978 Gavaskar gets twin cricket tons for India for 2nd time
  • 1978 "The Miracle at the Meadowlands", Eagles Herman Edwards returns a fumble for a touchdown with 31 seconds left to give Philadelphia a 19-17 victory over the rival New York Giants
  • 1978 28th NASCAR Sprint Cup: Cale Yarborough wins
  • 1979 Astros sign Nolan Ryan, to record 4 year, $4.5 million contract
  • 1979 Chuck Berry released from prison on income tax evasion
  • 1980 CBS TV bans Calvin Klein jean ad featuring Brooke Shields
  • 1981 U.S. Steel agrees to pay $6.3 billion for Marathon Oil
  • 1983 Edmonton Oilers beat NJ Devils, 13-4, Wayne Gretzky calls the Devils "a Mickey Mouse organization"
  • 1983 Jari Kurri becomes the first (and only) Finnish player to score five goals in a game
  • 1984 Liquid gas tank in Mexico City explodes; 334 die
  • 1984 NY Met Dwight Gooden, 20, is youngest to be named NL Rookie of Year
  • 1985 Herb Gardner's "I'm Not Rappaport" premieres in NYC
  • 1985 US President Ronald Reagan and Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev meet for first time
  • 1985 In the largest civil verdict in US history, Pennzoil wins $10.53 billion judgement against Texaco
  • 1986 Phillies 3rd baseman Mike Schmidt wins NL MVP
  • 1986 Tina Howe's "Coastal Disturbances" premieres in NYC
  • 1987 France performs nuclear test
  • 1989 US beats Trinidad, 1-0 qualifing for 1990 world soccer cup finals it was US' 1st qualification since 1950
  • 1989 39th NASCAR Sprint Cup: Rusty Wallace wins
  • 1989 German tennis No. 1 Steffi Graf regains the WTA Tour Championship in NYC; beats Martina Navratilova 6–4, 7–5, 2–6, 6–2
  • 1990 Greyhound files reoganization plan so they can be traded publicly
  • 1990 Pittsburgh Pirates outfielder Barry Bonds wins NL MVP
  • 1990 Pop duo Milli Vanilli are stripped of their Grammy Award after it is learned they did not sing on their award-winning "Girl You Know Its True" album
  • 1991 Baltimore Orioles shortstop Cal Ripken wins his 2nd AL MVP
  • 1992 "3 From Brooklyn" opens at Helen Hayes Theater NYC for 45 performances
  • 1993 Algerian Muslim fundamentalists uprising, 27 killed
  • 1993 Curacaose vote to remain part of Dutch Antilles
  • 1994 Aishwarya Rai, 21, of India, crowned 44th Miss World
  • 1995 "Beatle Anthology" premieres on ABC-TV
  • 1995 "Sacrilege" closes at Belasco Theater NYC after 21 performances
  • 1995 "School for Scandal" opens at Lyceum Theater NYC for 23 performances
  • 1995 CFL Grey Cup, Taylor Field, Regina: Baltimore Stallions become only American-based team ever to win Grey Cup; defeat Calgary Stampeders, 37-20
  • 1995 CNET lauches www.shareware.com
  • 1995 Keelin Curnuck, 23, Ms Venus Swimwear 1994, crowned Miss NY USA
  • 1995 Suicide bomber blasts into Egyptian embassy in Islamabad, kills 16
  • 1995 German tennis No. 1 Steffi Graf outlasts No. 2 Anke Huber 6–1, 2–6, 6–1, 4–6, 6–3 to win the WTA Tour Championship at Madison 
  • 1995 Home crowd favourite Boris Becker wins his 3rd and final ATP Tour World Championship tennis title with a 7–6, 6–0, 7–6 win over 
  • 1996 "God Said, Ha!" opens at Lyceum Theater NYC for 22 performances
  • 1996 "Sex & Longing" closes at Cort Theater NYC
  • 1996 Albert Belle, signs record five-year, $55 million with White Sox
  • 1996 Space Shuttle STS 80 (Columbia 21), launches into space
  • 1996 The case of the Port Arthur massacre comes to trial.
  • 1996 Lieutenant General Maurice Baril of Canada arrives in Africa to lead a multi-national policing force in Zaire
  • 1996 The 12.9 km Confederation Bridge, joining Borden-Carleton, Prince Edward Island and Cape Jourimain, New-Brunswick is completed and becomes the longest bridge over ice covered waters in the world
  • 1997 "Eugene Onegin" opens at Martin Beck Theater NYC
  • 1997 "Old Neighborhood" opens at Booth Theater NYC
  • 1997 STS 87 (Columbia 24) launches into orbit
  • 1997 McCaughey septuplets born to Bobbi McCaughey in Des Moines, Iowa. First set of septuplets to survive infancy.
  • 1998 Vincent van Gogh's "Portrait of the Artist Without Beard" sells at auction for $71.5 million
  • 1999 Shenzhou 1: The People's Republic of China launches its first Shenzhou spacecraft.
  • 1999 In Istanbul, the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe ends a two-day summit by calling for a political settlement in Chechnya and adopting a Charter for European Security.
  • 2000 Swiss tennis star Martina Hingis wins WTA Tour Championship at Madison Square Garden, NYC; beats Monica Seles, 6–7, 6–4, 6–4
  • 2006 CFL Grey Cup, Canad Inns Stadium, Winnipeg: BC Lions win 5th Championship; defeat Montreal Alouettes, 25-14
  • 2006 Roger Federer captures his 3rd Tennis Masters Cup title with a comfortable 6–0, 6–3, 6–4 win over American James Blake in the final in Shanghai, China
  • 2010 "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1" the 7th film based on the books by J. K. Rowling is released worldwide
  • 2010 New Zealand suffers its worst mining disaster since 1914 when the first of four explosions occurs at the Pike River Mine; 29 people are killed
  • 2013 23 people are killed by a suicide bombing attack on the Iranian Embassy in Beirut, Lebanon
  • Zimbabwe
  • 2017 Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe refuses to resign in a TV speech after being ousted as leader of ruling ZANU-PF party
  • 2017 Oumuamua first detected by scientists, 400 meters long and reddish, first known interstellar object in our solar system first and of possible alien origin
  • 2017 Martin Truex Jr., driving for Furniture Row Racing, wins Ford EcoBoost 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway, Florida to claim Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series by 5 points from Kyle Busch
  • 2017 Bulgarian tennis star Gregor Dimitrov breaks through for a first season-ending ATP World Tour Finals title with a 7–5, 4–6, 6–3 win in London over David Goffin of Belgium
  • 2018 Rams beat Kansas City Chiefs, 54-51 at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum; 3rd-highest scoring game in NFL history; first time 2 teams score 50 points in same game; Patrick Mahomes' 6 TD passes for KC most in "Monday Night Football" history
  • 2018 Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn arrested in Japan for financial misconduct
  • 2018 Ivanka Trump sent "hundred" of emails from her personal account about government business according to Washington Post report

Famous Birthdays on November 19

  • 1464 Emperor Go-Kashiwabara of Japan (d. 1526)
  • 1563 Robert Sidney, 1st Earl of Leicester, English statesman (d. 1626)
  • 1597 Elizabeth Charlotte of the Palatinate, Electress of Bavaria (d. 1660)
  • 1600 Charles I, King of England (1625-49) who was executed by Parliament, born in Dunfermline, Fife, Scotland (d. 1649)
  • 1600 Lieuwe van Aitzema, Dutch historian (Matters of State & War)
  • 1607 Erasmus Quellinus II, [Quellien], Flemish painter/etcher
  • 1616 Eustache Le Sueur, French painter
  • 1700 Jean-Antoine Nollet, French abbot and physicist (d. 1770)
  • 1709 Pierre Leclair, French composer and violinist (d. 1784)
  • 1711 Michail V Lomonosov, Russian scholar/poet
  • 1722 Leopold Auenbrugger, Austrian physician (d. 1809)
  • 1722 Benjamin Chew, Chief Justice of colonial Pennsylvania (d. 1810)
  • 1752 George Rogers Clark, frontier military leader in Revolutionary War
  • 1753 Stanislas Champein, composer
  • 1761 Joseph Supries, composer
  • 1770 Bertel Thorvaldsen, Danish sculptor (Dying Lion), born in Copenhagen, Denmark (d. 1844)
  • 1796 Johann Wilhelm Mangold, composer
  • 1802 Solomon Foot, American politician (d. 1866)
  • 1805 Ferdinand de Lesseps, French diplomat (built Suez Canal)
  • 1810 August Willich, Prussian-American Brevet Major General (Union Army), born in Braunsberg, Province of East Prussia (d. 1878)
  • 1811 John Ancrum Winslow, Comm (Union Navy), (d. 1873)
  • 1812 Karl Schwarz, German theologian (d. 1885)
  • 1827 Isaac Munroe St John, Brigadier General (Confederate Army), (d. 1880)
  • 1831 James A. Garfield, 20th US President (Republican: 1881), born in Moreland Hills, Ohio (d. 1881)
  • 1833 Wilhelm Dilthey, German philosopher (Das Leben Schleiermans)
  • 1834 Georg H Quincke, German physicist (test of Quincke)
  • 1835 Fitzhugh Lee, Major General (Confederate Army), (d. 1905)
  • 1835 Rani Lakshmi Bai, Indian Queen (d. 1858)
  • 1840 Aleksandr Kovalevsky, Shustyanka near Dvinsk, Russian Biologist who founded comparative embryology and experimental histology and who identified a common pattern of embryological development in all multi-cellular animals
  • 1843 Richard Avenarius, German philosopher (d. 1896)
  • 1846 Emile C Wauters, Belgian painter (Van der Goes in the Red Monastery)
  • 1855 Billy Bates, cricketer (England all-rounder 1882-87, hat-trick 1883)
  • 1859 Mikhail Mikhayl Ippolitov-Ivanov, Russian musician (Armenian Rhapsody)
  • 1862 Billy Sunday, American evangelist (d. 1935)
  • 1864 George Barbier, American actor (Tarzan's Revenge, Wife vs Secretary), born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (d. 1945)
  • 1870 Vicente Lleó, Spanish composer (La Corte de Faraón), born in Torrent, Valencia (d. 1922)
  • 1874 Karl Adrian Wohlfart, composer
  • 1875 Michael I Kalinin, Russian metal worker/head of state
  • 1875 Hiram Bingham, American archaeologist who re-discovered the Incan site of Machu Picchu, born in Honolulu, Kingdom of Hawaii (d. 1956)
  • 1876 Tatyana Alexeyevna Afanasyeva, Russian/Dutch mathematician (d. 1964)
  • 1879 Karel van den Oever, Flemish author/poet (Geuzenstad)
  • 1883 Edward "Ned" Sparks, Canadian actor (42nd Street, Imitation of Life), born in Guelph, Ontario (d. 1957)
  • 1885 Erskine Sanford, American actor (Citizen Kane, Angel on My Shoulder), born in Trinidad, Colorado (d. 1969)
  • 1886 Fernand Crommelynck, Belgian playwright (Le Cocu Magnificent)
  • 1887 James B. Sumner, American chemist, Nobel Prize in Chemistry laureate (d. 1955)
  • 1888 Jose RaulCapablanca, Cuba, world chess champion (1921-27)
  • 1889 Clifton Webb [Webb Parmelee Hollenbeck], American actor (Razor's Edge, Laura), born in Indianapolis, Indiana (d. 1966)
  • 1890 George Regas, Greek actor (The Mark of Zorro), born in Goranoi, Greece (d. 1940)
  • 1892 Huw Thomas Edwards, Welsh trade unionist and politician (d. 1970)
  • 1893 René Voisin, French classical trumpet player (d. 1952)
  • 1894 Américo Tomás, Portuguese admiral and politician, 14th President of Portugal (d. 1987)
  • 1895 Louise Dahl-Wolfe, American photographer (d. 1989)
  • 1897 Quentin Roosevelt, son of United States President Theodore Roosevelt (d. 1918)
  • 1898 Arthur R. von Hippel, German-born physicist (d. 2003)
  • 1899 Allen Tate, American poet (Mr Pope & Other Poems)
  • 1899 Grand Ayatollah Abul-Qassim Khoei, influential Shia Islamic scholar (d. 1992)
  • 1900 Anna Seghers, [Netty Radvanyi-Reiling], German author (7th Cross)
  • 1900 Anton Walbrook [Adolf Wohlbrook], Austrian actor (Laura, I Accuse), born in Vienna, Austria (d. 1967)
  • 1900 Mikhail Lavrentyev, Russian scientist (d. 1980)
  • 1900 Bunny Ahearne, Irish ice hockey promoter (d. 1985)
  • 1902 Trevor Bardette, American actor (Refugee, None Shall Escape), born in Nashville, Arkansas (d. 1977)
  • 1903 Fritz Schmidt, German street photographer
  • 1904 Jacob "Jaap" Nanninga, Dutch painter
  • 1904 Nancy Carroll [Ann V LaHiff], American actress (Alice-Aldrich Family), born in NYC, New York (d. 1965)
  • 1904 Nathan Leopold, American murderer of Bobby Franks with Richard Loeb, born in Chicago, Illinois (d. 1971)
  • 1905 Tommy Dorsey, US trombonist and big band leader (Opus No. 1; I'll Never Smile Again), born in Mahanoy Plane, Pennsylvania (d. 1956)
  • 1906 Henri Temianka, composer
  • 1906 Jacques Leguerney, composer
  • 1907 Christian J H English, [Luc Tournier], Neth/Curacaos painter/composer
  • 1907 Jack Schaefer, American author (d. 1991)
  • 1908 Alan Baxter, East actor (Big Town Girl, Rags to Riches), born in Cleveland, Ohio
  • 1908 Mikhail Ivanovich Chulaki, composer
  • 1909 Rose Isabel Williams, sister of Tennessee Williams
  • 1909 Peter Drucker, American management theorist (d. 2005)
  • 1909 Moses Josiah Madiba, Seshego, Pietersburg (now Polokwane) district, South African author and first African chancellor of the University of the North
  • 1910 Adrian Conan Doyle, son of Arthur Conan Doyle (d. 1970)
  • 1912 George E Palade, Romanian/US cell biologist (ribosomen, Nobel 1974)
  • 1915 Anita Lizana, Chilean tennis player (US Nat C'ships 1937; first Latin American major winner), born in Santiago, Chile (d. 1994)
  • 1917 Indira Gandhi, 4th Prime Minister of India (1966-77, 1980-84), born in Allahabad India (d. 1984)
  • 1918 Catherine Elizabeth Pennington, personal assistant
  • 1918 Hendrik Christoffel Van de Hulst, Utrecht the Netherlands, Dutch astronomer who correctly predicted the existence of the 21 cm hyper-fine line of neutral atomic hydrogen in interstellar space
  • 1919 Angus "Alan" Young, British actor and voice actor (Mister Ed, Scrooge McDuck), born in North Shields, England (d. 2016)
  • 1920 Gene Tierney, American actress (Laura, Leave Her to Heaven, The Razor's Edge), born in Brooklyn, New York (d. 1991)
  • 1921 Roy Campanella, American Baseball Hall of Fame catcher (NL MVP 1951,53,55 Brooklyn Dodgers), born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • 1921 Peter Ruckman, American Baptist minister
  • 1922 Stanley K Runcorn, British geophysicist (Doctor of Utrecht)
  • 1922 Yuri Knorozov, Russian epigrapher (d. 1999)
  • 1924 William Russell, British actor (Doctor Who, The Great Escape, Superman), born in Sunderland, England
  • 1925 Zygmunt Bauman, Polish-born sociologist (Modernity and the Holocaust), born in Poznań (d. 2017)
  • 1926 Jeane J Kirkpatrick, US ambassador to UN (R), born in Duncan, Oklahoma
  • 1928 Don Hunstein, American photographer of musicians, born in St. Louis, Missouri (d. 2017)
  • 1930 Kurt Nielsen, Danish tennis player, (Wimbledon 1953, 55 runner-up), born in Copenhagen, Denmark (d. 2011)
  • 1933 Larry King, American radio/TV host "143 Arivadechi" (Larry King Show, CNN), born in NYC, New York
  • 1933 Jerry Sheindlin, American jurist; husband of Judith Sheindlin
  • 1934 Dave Guard, singer-songwriter (The Kingston Trio), born in San Francisco, California (1991)
  • 1934 David Lloyd-Jones, conductor
  • 1935 Jack Welch, American businessman and CEO of General Electric, born in Salem, Massachusetts
  • 1935 Rashad Khalifa, Egyptian imam (d. 1990)
  • 1936 Dick Cavett, Kearney Neb, talk show host (Dick Cavett Show)
  • 1936 Emin Aristakesian, Armenian composer, born in Yerevan, Armenia, USSR (d. 1996)
  • 1936 Michel Decoust, composer
  • 1936 Yuan T. Lee, Taiwanese-born chemist, Nobel Prize laureate
  • 1937 Ray Collins, rocker (Mothers of Invention)
  • 1937 José Molina [Quijada], Spanish-born American flamenco dancer, born in Madrid, Spain (d. 2018)
  • 1938 Frank Misson, cricketer (Australian pace bowler 1960-61)
  • 1938 Hank Medress, rocker (Tokens-Lion Sleeps Tonight), born in Brooklyn, New York
  • 1938 Richard Dumbrill, cricketer (South African all-rounder in 5 Tests 1965-67)
  • 1938 Ted Turner, American founder of CNN, owner of the Atlanta Braves and winner of the America's Cup in 1977, born in Cincinnati, Ohio
  • 1939 Garrick Utley, newscaster (1st Tuesday, NBC Weekend), born in Chicago, Illinois
  • 1939 Thomas Harkin, (Sen-D-Iowa, 1985- )
  • 1939 Warren "Pete" Moore, American singer (Miracles-Tears of a Clown), Detroit MI
  • 1940 Alberto Villalpando, composer
  • 1941 Dan Haggerty, actor (Grizzly Adams), born in Hollywood California, (d. 2016)
  • 1941 Ivanka Khristova, Bulgaria, shot putter (Olympic gold 1976)
  • 1941 Tommy Thompson, American politician (42nd Governor of Wisconsin), born in Elroy, Wisconsin
  • Person of interest
  • Calvin Klein
  • 1942 Calvin Klein, American fashion designer (Calvin Klein Jeans, CK), born in The Bronx, New York
  • 1942 Gary L Ackerman, (Rep-D-NY, 1983- )
  • 1942 Larry Gilbert, American golfer (Senior Players Championship 1997), born in Fort Knox, Kentucky (d. 1998)
  • 1942 Sharon Olds, American poet
  • 1943 Fred Lipsius, American rock pianist/sax (Blood, Sweat & Tears), born in NYC, New York
  • 1944 Charlie Coe, American rock bassist (Paul Revere & the Raiders), born in Boise, Idaho
  • 1944 Dennis Hull, Canadian ice hockey player
  • 1946 Joe Correro, Greenwood Ms, rock drummer (Paul Revers & The Raiders)
  • 1947 Bob Boone, baseball player and manager (Phillies, Angels), born in San Diego, California
  • 1947 Julian Graham Theodore Hough, actor (Deathwatch, Jabberwocky)
  • 1947 Lamar Smith, (Rep-R-Texas)
  • 1949 Ahmad Rashad, [Bobby Moore], NFL receiver (Minnesota Vikings)/sportscaster
  • 1949 Mickey Lee Davis Jr, Tenn, murderer (FBI Most Wanted List)
  • 1951 Timothy J Penny, American politician (Rep-D-MN, 1983-95), born in Albert Lea, Minnesota
  • 1951 Zeenat Aman, Indian actress
  • 1951 Lord Falconer of Thoroton, British lawyer and politician
  • 1951 Ben Katchor, American cartoonist and illustrator (Julius Knipl, Real Estate Photographer), born in Brooklyn, New York
  • 1953 Robert Beltran, American actor (Star Trek Voyager)
  • 1953 Tom Villard, American actor (d. 1994)
  • 1954 Annette Guest, American singer (First Choice)
  • 1954 Kathleen Quinlan, California, actress (Never Promised You a Rose Garden)
  • 1954 Tom Scheckel, rock drummer (Buckinghams), born in Chicago, Illinois
  • 1954 Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, 6th President of Egypt (2014-present), born in Zagazig, Cairo
  • 1955 Gloria Guida, Merano Italy, Miss Teenage Italy (1974)
  • 1955 Sam Hamm, American screenwriter
  • 1956 Eileen Marie Collins, Elmira NY, Mjr USAF/Astronaut (STS 63, 84)
  • 1956 Glynnis O'Connor, American actress (California Dreaming, Ode to Billy Joe), born in NYC, New York
  • 1956 Scott Jacoby, actor (Bad Ronald, Return to Horror High), born in Chicago, Illinois
  • 1956 Ann Curry, American journalist
  • 1957 George Leary, Newmarket Ontario, trap shooter (Olympics-16-92, 96)
  • 1957 Kathy Sanborn, WBL guard (NY Stars)
  • 1957 Otis J Anderson, NFL running back (NY Giants, 1990 Super Bowl MVP)
  • 1957 Sharon Farrah, WBL guard (NY Stars)
  • 1957 Ofra Haza, Israeli singer (d. 2000)
  • 1958 Charlie Kaufman, American screenwriter (Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind), born in NYC, New York
  • 1958 Michael Wilbon, sports analyst
  • 1958 Terrence "T.C." Carson, American actor
  • 1959 Jean-Francois Clervoy, Longeville France, astronaut (STS 66, 84)
  • 1959 Allison Janney, American actress (The West Wing, I Tonya), born in Dayton, Ohio
  • 1960 Matt Sorum, US pop drummer (Guns n' Roses, Like a Suicide) [or Nov 2]
  • 1960 Miss Elizabeth [Hulette], American pro wrestling valet (Randy Savage), born in Frankfort, Kentucky (d. 2003)
  • 1961 Grant Ledyard, Winnipeg, NHL defenseman (Dallas Stars)
  • 1961 Meg Ryan, American actress (When Harry Met Sally, As the World Turns), born in Fairfield, Connecticut
  • 1962 Salim Jaffer, cricketer (Pakistani pace bowler in 14 Tests 1986-91)
  • 1962 Dodie Boy Peñalosa, Philippine boxer
  • 1962 Jodie Foster, American actress (The Accused, The Silence of the Lambs), born in Los Angeles, California
  • 1963 Terry Farrell, actress (Paper Dolls, Jadzia Dax-STDS9), born in Cedar Rapids, Iowa
  • 1963 Zsuzsanna Jánosi, Hungarian fencer
  • 1965 Erik Wilhelm, NFL quarterback (NY Jets)
  • 1965 Laurent Blanc, French footballer
  • 1966 Brian Wilsterman, soccer player (Dordreecht '90)
  • 1966 Gail Devers, American athlete (Olympics gold 100m 1992, 96), born in Seattle, Washington
  • 1966 Rocco DiSpirito, American chef
  • 1967 Gary Disarcina, Maiden MA, infielder (California Angels)
  • 1968 Matt Darby, NFL safety (Buffalo Bills, Arizona Cardinals)
  • 1970 Berthil de Avest, soccer player (Roda JC/FC Twente)
  • 1970 Bhupinder Singh Jr, cricketer (Punjab & Indian ODI batsman)
  • 1970 Jenni Meno, Pompton Plains NJ, pairs skaters (Olympics 1994)
  • 1970 Larry Tharpe, NFL tackle (Arizona Cardinals, Detroit Lions)
  • 1970 Rickey Brady, NFL tight end (Philadelphia Eagles), born in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
  • 1970 Justin Chancellor, English bassist (Tool)
  • 1971 Adrian Griffith, Barbadian cricketer (West Indian Test opening batsman), born in Saint James, Barbados
  • 1971 Andy Sheets, Baton Rouge LA, infielder (Seattle Mariners)
  • 1971 Dimitri Yushkevich, Yaroslavl Russia, NHL defenseman (Toronto Maple Leaf)
  • 1971 Alice Peacock, American folk singer
  • 1971 Jeremy McGrath, American motorcycle racer
  • 1972 David Palmer, American NFL wide receiver (Minnesota Vikings 1994-2002), born in Birmingham, Alabama
  • 1973 Jamir Miller, NFL outside linebacker (Arizona Cardinals)
  • 1973 Savion Glover, American dancer and choreographer (Bring in 'da Noise), born in Newark, New Jersey
  • 1973 Ryukishi07, Japanese mystery writer
  • 1973 Takashi Matsumoto, Japanese photographer and business person
  • 1975 Ju-Yeon Choi, Pusan Korea, tennis star (1995 Futures-Seoul-KOR II)
  • 1975 Sushmita Sen, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, Indian actress and model, crowned 43rd Miss Universe in 1994
  • 1976 Petr Sykora, Pizen CZE, NHL forward (Team Czech Rep, NJ Devils)
  • 1976 Jun Shibata, Japanese singer and songwriter
  • 1976 Benny Vansteelant, Belgian duathlete (d. 2007)
  • 1976 Stylianos Venetidis, Greek soccer player
  • 1976 Jack Dorsey, American computer programmer, co-founder of Twitter, born in St. Louis, Missouri
  • 1977 Kerri Strug, gymnast (Olympic gold 1996), born in Tucson, Arizona
  • 1977 Lady Davina EAB Windsor, daughter of English prince Richard
  • 1978 Věra Pospíšilová-Cechlová, Czech athlete
  • 1978 Matt Dusk, Canadian jazz musician / vocalist
  • 1979 Ryan Howard, American baseball player
  • 1979 Larry Johnson, American football player
  • 1979 Leam Richardson, English soccer player
  • 1979 John-Ford Griffin, American baseball player
  • 1979 Keith Buckley - American singer (Every Time I Die)
  • 1979 Barry Jenkins, American director and writer (Medicine for Melancholy, Moonlight), born in Miami, Florida
  • 1980 Courtney Anderson, American football player
  • 1980 Adele Silva, English actress
  • 1983 Daria Werbowy, Ukranian-Canadian Supermodel
  • 1983 Chandra Crawford, Canadian cross-country skier
  • 1983 Adam Driver, American actor (Girls, Star Wars), born in Fontana, California
  • 1985 Chris Eagles, English footballer
  • 1988 Patrick Kane, American ice hockey player
  • 1989 Tyga, American rapper
  • 1997 Alexis May McCaughey, Iowa, septuplets (2)
  • 1997 Brandon James McCaughey, Iowa, septuplets (5)
  • 1997 Joel Steven McCaughey, Iowa, septuplets (7)
  • 1997 Kelsey Ann McCaughey, Iowa, septuplets (4)
  • 1997 Kenneth Robert McCaughey, Iowa, septuplets (1)
  • 1997 Natalie Sue McCaughey, Iowa, septuplets (3)
  • 1997 Nathaniel Roy McCaughey, Iowa, septuplets (6)
  • 2009 Prince Gaston d'Orléans

Famous Deaths on November 19

  • 498 Anastasius II, Pope (496-8) dies. Referred to by Dante in his Inferno XI, 8-9
  • 1272 David of Augsburg, Franciscan minister/author, dies
  • 1316 Jan I, king of France (Nov 15-19 1316), dies
  • 1389 Dimitri Ivanovitch "Donskoi", monarch of Vladimir-Soezdal, dies at 39
  • 1472 Joannes/Basilius Bessarion, archbishop of Nicaea, dies
  • 1478 Emperor Baeda Maryam of Ethiopia (b. 1448)
  • 1495 Alfonso II, king of Naples (1494-95), dies
  • 1557 Bona Sforza, Queen of Sigismund I of Poland (b. 1494)
  • 1577 Matsunaga Hisahide, Japanese warlord (b. 1510)
  • 1630 Johann Hermann Schein, German composer (Opella Nova), dies at 44
  • 1649 Caspar Schoppe, German scholar and controversialist, dies at 73
  • 1665 Nicholas Poussin, French painter, dies
  • 1672 John Wilkins, English Bishop of Chester (b. 1614)
  • 1692 Georg F von Waldeck, German commander-in-chief (Colors), dies
  • 1692 Thomas Shadwell, English poet and playwright (2nd Poet Laureate 1689-92), dies at about 50
  • 1703 Man in the Iron Mask, prisoner in Bastille prison in Paris, dies
  • 1719 Jean Deutz, merchant and Amsterdam regent, dies at 64
  • 1723 Antoine Nompar de Caumont, French courtier and soldier (b. 1632)
  • 1772 William Nelson, American colonial governor of Virginia (b. 1711)
  • 1773 James FitzGerald, 1st Duke of Leinster, Irish politician, dies at 51
  • 1785 Bernard de Bury, French musician and composer, dies at 65
  • 1795 Thomas Linley the elder, English musician and tenor, dies at 62
  • 1798 Theobald W Tone, Irish nationalist, dies
  • 1804 Pietro Alessandro Guglielmi, Italian opera composer, dies at 75
  • 1822 Johann Georg Tralles, German mathematician and physicist (b. 1763)
  • 1825 Jan Vaclav Hugo Vorisek, composer, dies at 34
  • 1828 Franz Schubert, Austrian composer (Die schöne Müllerin), dies at 31 from typhoid fever
  • 1850 Richard Mentor Johnson, American politician (b. 1780)
  • 1854 Alberich Zwyssig, composer, dies at 46
  • 1868 Ivane Andronikashvili, Georgian general (b. 1798)
  • 1880 Bernard de Hair, vicar/poet/church historian, dies at 74
  • 1880 Bernard ter Haar, Dutch poet, dies at 74
  • 1883 Carl Wilhelm Siemens, German engineer and inventor (laid undersea cables), dies at 60
  • 1887 Emma Lazarus, American poet ("Give us your tired & poor"), dies in New York at 38
  • 1897 William Seymour Tyler, American educator and historian (b. 1810).
  • 1899 John William Dawson, Canadian geologist, dies at 79
  • 1899 [Maria] Catharina Beersmans, Belgian actress (Medea), dies at 55
  • 1908 Albert Dietrich, German composer and conductor, dies at 79
  • 1910 Rudolf Fittig, German chemist (synthesizing organic compounds), dies at 74
  • 1911 Ramon Caceres, President of the Dominican Republic (1906-11), murdered at 44
  • 1915 Joe Hill, Labor leader/songwriter, executed for murder
  • 1915 Solomon Schechter, Moldavian-American Talmudic scholar and rabbi, dies at about 64
  • 1917 Basil Grieve, cricketer (batted in 2 Tests England v South Africa 1889), dies
  • 1922 Frank Bacon, American playwright, actor and author (Lightnin'), dies from a heart attack at 58
  • 1923 Frans Netscher, Dutch author and journalist (In 3rd Chamber), dies at 59
  • 1924 Lee Stack, British sirdar in Egypt/gov-gen of Sudan, murdered
  • 1924 Thomas Ince, American film director (b. 1882)
  • 1928 Achille Simonetti, Italian violinist and composer, dies at 71
  • 1929 Arthur H Mann, English composer (Church of England Hymnal), dies
  • 1931 Frederic Cliffe, English composer, dies at 74
  • 1931 Xu Zhimo, Chinese poet (b. 1897)
  • 1932 Marie MJ Poupelet, French sculptor/poster artist, dies
  • 1933 Enrique José Varona, Cuban author, dies at 84
  • 1935 F S Gough-Calthorpe, cricketer (England captain v WI 1930), dies
  • 1936 Buenaventura Durruti, Spanish anarchists army leader, dies in battle
  • 1938 Lev Shestov, Russian philosopher (b. 1866)
  • 1940 Charles W. Woodworth, American entomologist, dies at 75
  • 1942 Edouard Combe, composer, dies at 76
  • 1942 Bruno Schulz, Polish writer (The Street of Crocodiles), shot and killed by German Nazi at 50
  • 1943 André Antoine, French actor and stage manager (founded Théâtre-Libre), dies at 85
  • 1948 Robert Dean Frisbie, American writer of travel literature (Life on Puka Puka), dies at 52
  • 1949 James Ensor, Flemish painter and etcher (Oestereetster), dies at 89
  • 1950 Thomas Wood, English composer, dies at 57
  • 1954 Walter Bartley Wilson, founding member of Cardiff City F.C. (b. 1870)
  • 1956 Francis L Sullivan, British actor (Great Expectations, Oliver Twist, Missing Rembrandt), dies from a lung ailment at 53
  • 1959 Edward C. Tolman, American psychologist (behaviorism), dies at 73
  • 1959 Gerard J Arbous, actor/publicist (Bohemian Amsterdam), dies at 83
  • 1959 Joseph Charbonneau, French-Canadian Roman Catholic archbishop of Montreal, dies at 67
  • 1960 Phyllis Haver, actress (Don Juan), commits suicide at 61
  • 1961 Dorothy Heyward, American playwright (Porgy), dies at 71
  • 1963 Carmen Amaya, Spanish flamenco dancer, dies at about 50
  • 1967 Charles J. Watters, US Army chaplain, Medal of Honor recipient (b. 1927)
  • 1967 João Guimarães Rosa, Brazilian writer (The Devil to Pay in the Backlands), dies at 59
  • 1971 Bill Stern, American sportscaster (first televised college football game), dies of a heart attack at 64
  • 1973 Cyril Allcott, cricketer (6 Tests for NZ, 113 runs & 6 wickets), dies
  • 1974 George Brunies, American musician (b. 1902)
  • 1974 Louise Fitzhugh, American author and illustrator (Harriet the Spy), dies at 46
  • 1975 Roger D. Branigin, American politician (b. 1902)
  • 1976 Basil Spence, British architect, dies at 69
  • 1977 Sonny [William] Criss, American jazz musician (bebop, Jazz USA), commits suicide at 50
  • 1981 Griffiths Mxenge, South Afr's anti-apartheid advocate, murdered
  • 1982 Erving Goffman, American sociologist (Asylums), dies at 60
  • 1983 Peter Coffield, Ill, actor (Kevin-W E B), dies at 37
  • 1983 Tom Evans, English bass guitarist (Badfinger) (b. 1947)
  • 1983 Reinout Willem van Bemmelen, Dutch geologist, dies at 79
  • 1984 George D Aiken, (Sen-R-Vt, 1941-75), dies at 92
  • 1985 Lall Singh, cricketer (Test for India 1932), dies
  • 1985 Stepin Fetchit [Lincoln Perry], American actor (Miracle in Harlem) 1st African American film star, dies of pneumonia 83
  • 1988 Christine Onassis, heiress, dies of heart failure at 37
  • 1990 Sun Li-jen, Chinese general (b. 1900)
  • 1990 Georgy Nikolaevich Flerov, Russian Physicist (nuclear fission), dies at 77
  • 1991 Reggie Nalder, actor (Mark of Devil), dies of bone cancer at 80
  • 1992 Bobby Russell, song writer (Honey, Little Green Apples), dies at 52
  • 1992 Diane Varsi, actress (Allison-Peyton Place, Bloody Mama), dies at 54
  • 1992 Dorothy Walker Bush, mother of President George H. W. Bush, dies at 91
  • 1993 Dorothy Revier, actress (Sally on the Subway), dies at 89
  • 1994 Dedrick Gobert, American actor (Boyz 'n the Hood), shot to death at 22
  • 1994 Julian Gustave Symons, British crime writer and poet, dies at 82
  • 1994 Li Yuan Artist-chia, dies at 65
  • 1995 Bruce Trent [William Butters], British singer and actor (The Passing Show, Band Waggon), dies at 83
  • 1995 Gwen Swire, socila worker, dies at 61
  • 1995 Martha Hill, modern dancer/teacher, dies at 94
  • 1995 Shirley Bergeron, singer/guitarist, dies at 62
  • 1996 Denis Jenkinson, journalist, dies at 74
  • 1996 Edward Kassner, music publisher, dies at 76
  • 1996 Ian Powell Bancroft, civil servant, dies at 73
  • 1996 Krishnarao Shiva Shelvankar, journalist/diplomat, dies at 90
  • 1997 Christina Corrigan, obese girl (680 lbs), dies at 13
  • 1997 Durlyn Eddmonds, murderer, executed at 45
  • 1997 Frank Joseph Kofsky, teacher/writer, dies at 62
  • 1997 Walter Stewart, murderer, executed at 42
  • 1998 Ted Fujita, Japanese-born American meteorologist (b. 1920)
  • 1998 Earl Kim, Korean-American composer, dies at 78
  • 1998 Glenn Reeves, American rockabilly singer-songwriter and radio deejay (Heartbreak Hotel), dies of cancer at 67
  • 1999 Alexander Liberman, Russian-American magazine editor, painter and photographer (639), dies at 87
  • 2001 Marcelle Ferron, Quebec painter and stained glass artist (b. 1924)
  • 2003 Ian Geoghegan, Australian racing driver (b. 1940)
  • 2003 Greg Ridley, English musician (Humble Pie), dies at 56
  • 2004 Piet Esser, Dutch sculptor (b. 1914)
  • 2004 Helmut Griem, German actor (b. 1932)
  • 2004 Terry Melcher, American musician and record producer (b. 1942)
  • 2004 John R. Vane, English pharmacologist (Nobel 1982), dies at 77
  • 2005 Erik Balling, Danish TV and film director (b. 1924)
  • 2006 Edward Ford, courtier in the Royal Household of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth II, dies at 96
  • 2007 Kevin DuBrow, American heavy metal singer (Quiet Riot), dies of an overdose at 53
  • 2007 Mike Gregory, English rugby league footballer, dies from progressive muscular atrophy at 43
  • 2007 Dick Wilson, British-American actor, dies at 91
  • 2008 Carole Caldwell Graebner, American tennis player (US Open doubles 1965, Australian Open doubles 1966), dies of cancer at 65
  • 2010 Pat Burns, Canadian hockey coach (b. 1952)
  • 2011 Michael Hastings, British playwright, dies at 74
  • 2011 John Neville, English theatre and film actor, dies at 86
  • 2011 Basil D'Oliveira, English cricket all-rounder (44 Tests, 2,484 @ 40.06, 47 wickets), dies form Parkinson's disease at 80
  • 2012 Boris Strugatsky, Soviet-Russian science fiction author (Tale of Troika), dies at 79
  • 2013 Frederick Sanger, British biochemist (Sanger sequencing, Nobel Prize 1958, 1980), dies at 95
  • 2013 Charlotte Zolotow, American author and publisher of children's books (When the Wind Stops), dies at 98
  • 2014 Mike Nichols [Mikhail Peschkowsky], German-American film director (Catch 22, The Graduate, Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?), dies 

  • from cardiac arrest at 83
  • 2014 Riff West, American rock bassist (Molly Hatchet), dies at 64
  • 2015 Armand [Herman van Loenhout], Dutch singer (Blommenkinders), dies at 69
  • 2015 Rex Reason, American actor (This Island Earth, Man Without a Gun, Roaring 20s), dies at 86
  • 2017 Charles Manson, American criminal, murderer and cult leader (Manson Family), dies of natural causes at 83
  • 2017 Della Reese [Delloreese Patricia Early], American singer and actress (Della Reese Show, Royal Family), dies at 86
  • 2017 Jana Novotná, Czech tennis player (Wimbledon 1998), dies of cancer at 49
  • 2017 Mel Tillis [Lonnie Melvin Tillis], American country singer (Who's Julie, M-M-Mel), dies of respiratory failure at 85

Famous Weddings on November 19

  • 1834 US President Franklin Pierce (30) weds Jane Pierce (28) in Amherst, New Hampshire
  • 1923 Architect Frank Lloyd Wright (56) weds artist Maude Noel
  • 1939 Baseball legend Joe DiMaggio (24) weds "Freshies" actress Dorothy Arnold at St. Peter and Paul Church in San Francisco
  • 1954 Actress Vera-Ellen (33) weds millionaire Victor Rothschild at St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Los Angeles
  • 1986 Hall of Famer boxing champ Muhammad Ali (44) weds Yolanda Williams
  • 1999 Motorcycle daredevil Evel Knievel (61) weds Krystal Kennedy at Caesars Palace hotel in Las Vegas
  • 2005 Singer and actress Christina Aguilera (28) weds music executive Jordan Bratman (32) under a mountainside tent at the Staglin Family 

  • Vineyards in Rutherford, California
  • 2005 "Corner Gas" actor Brent Butt (39) weds actress Nancy Robertson (34) at Vancouver's Cin Cin Ristorante
  • 2005 "KISS" lead singer Paul Stanley (53) weds Erin Sutton at The Ritz-Carlton, Huntington Hotel and Spa in Pasadena, California
  • 2005 Indianapolis 500 racer Danica Patrick (23) weds physical therapist Paul Hospenthal in Scottsdale, Arizona

Famous Divorces on November 19

  • 2004 Singer Jermaine Jackson (49) divorces Alejandra Genevieve Oaziaza (35) after 9 years of marriage


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